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Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention

The Yaoundé I Convention, which forecasted an Association Agreement for a duration of five years with commercial, financial and technical assistance between the EEC and seventeen African states and Madagascar, was signed on 20 July 1963 in Yaoundé (Cameroon).
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Military parade
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Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
General view of the armed force welcoming the political representatives
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Jean-Marie Kone, Malian Minister of State for Planification and Coordination of Economic ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Joseph Luns, Dutch Minister for Foreign Affairs and President in office of the Council
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Signing of the Convention by Walter Scheel, German Federal Minister for Economic ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Signing of the Convention by Eugène Schaus, Luxembourgish Minister for Foreign Affairs, in ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Signing of the Convention by Henri Fayat, Belgian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Lorgio Nimubona, Burundese Minister for Foreign Affairs, seated on left, and Victor Kanga, ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Henri Fayat, Belgian Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and Walter Hallstein, ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Victor Kanga, Cameroonian Minister for National Economy, on the left, and Jean Christophe ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Marcel Lengema, Secretary of States for Foreign Affairs of the Congo (Leopoldville), ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Raymond Triboulet, French Minister for cooperation, on the left, and Walter Scheel, German ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Jean Agbemegnan, Togolese Minister for Trade and Industry, Eugène Schaus, Luxembourgish ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Eugène Schaus, Luxembourgish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Jean Agbemegnan, Togolese ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Jean Agbemegnan, Togolese Minister for Trade and Industry, Maurice Ngangtar, Chadian ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Ikhia Zodi, Nigerien Minister for African Affairs, Callixte Habamenshi, Rwandan Minister ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Speech by Ahmadou Ahidjo, President of Cameroon, surrounded by Joseph Luns, Dutch Minister ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
Signing of the Yaoundé I Convention
Speech by Ahmadou Ahidjo, President of Cameroon, in the presence of Henri Fayat, Belgian ...
Reference: P-002425
Date: 20/07/1963
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